This is it, it’s the final episode of Hit The Streets. I decided to end the show on a high note, you’ll have to listen to this short recording to find out why…
Thank you all for your support all these years! Proud to have given back to the community for 8 years with Street Focus and Hit The Streets. Great run, fun times!
This week Valérie shares a new conversation with her good friend Joshua Coombes, founder of #DoSomethingForNothing. Many of you are familiar with Josh and his work, as well as the photo documentary project I did on the streets of NYC and Paris a few years ago. We published two ebooks together as a way to support Josh’s work. Today, Josh has a new book titled Do Something For Nothing: Seeing Beneath the surface of homelessness, through the simple act of a haircut.
Valerie talks with New York City photographer Neil Kramer about his pandemic project Quarantine in Queens. It's been a year since their original conversation. The project is still going and, as life is slowly returning to normal, Neil shares his anxiety about finally unmasking and possibly putting an end to the series.
This week, Valérie shares a conversation with world adventurer Tom Turcich. Tom is nearing the end of a journey of walking across 7 continents with his dog Savannah.
This week, Valérie shares a conversation with Hawaii based photographer and film maker Tim Huynh. They talk about his documentary film Fill The Frame.
In this episode of Hit The Streets, Valérie and guest co-host Frederick Van Johnson answer listener questions about photography projects and travel destinations. They also pick the winners of the last photo challenge and much, much more!
This week Valerie shares a conversation with Florida based birth photographer Natalie Zepp
Valerie shares a conversation with Italian photographer Ugo Cei. They talk about the situation in Italy, the Clubhouse App, travel and more!
Valerie shares a conversation with Tomasz Trzebiatowski AKA. Tomash, the creator of Fujilove and the new Frames Magazine.
Valerie shares a conversation with German photographer Carsten Bruhn. He talks about his latest project titled Not the Only Gay in the City.
Valérie and guest co-host Bob Patterson answer listener questions and announce a new photo challenge.
My guest today is Minneapolis photographer Bill Carlson. He photographed The Beatles when he was still in High School and it was the beginning of a long and exciting career.
In this episode of Hit The Streets Valérie interviews Mike Swigunski who reveals some valuable remote work & travel tips.
This week my guest is Dubai based photographer Bjorn Moerman. Together we discuss how 2020 was an interesting creative year and how we are preparing for the next coming months.
This week Valerie's guest is London based visual artist Roy Tyson, better known as Roy’s People.
Valérie and guest co-host Marco Larousse answer listener questions, pick a winner of the last challenge and announce a new one.
This week Valérie has a conversation with Los Angeles based film and television director and producer AND still photographer Daniel Sackheim.
In this episode the tables are turned and it’s Valerie who is being interviewed about her new book Street Photography Assignments: 75 reasons to hit the streets and learn. Her good friend Alec Hosterman is the interviewer. Enjoy!
Valérie shares a conversation with Minneapolis based photographer Jayme Halbritter
This week my guest is Portland based cinematographer Kevin Fletcher. We talk about the life of a cinematographer and his still photography project based in Portland, OR titled Avenue of Roses.
Valérie and guest co-host Patrick La Roque answer listener questions about inspiration, creative flow and composition.
In this episode, Valérie shares a conversation with New York City photographer James Maher.
In this episode Valérie shares a conversation with Lawrence Jackson, one of the official White House photographers during the Obama presidency and author of YES WE DID, Photos and behind the scenes stories celebrating our first African American President.